There is nothing so important than letting someone know that their money was appreciated and especially since COVID-19 affected donations!
Donors will be thanked and encouraged to donate again and the donor information and donation amount recorded in the donor management software called, Little Green Light. LGL is very easy to use and would look good on a resume.
We request that the volunteer commit to at least one day a week for agreed hours and a minimum of 16 weeks. There are felines on the premises, so please no one with allergies.
Proper COVID-19 precautions is to be wearing a mask while helping. Afternoon or evening help is needed.
Foster Animals In Your Home, P.O. Box 8662, Newport Beach, CA 92660, US
To provide veterinary medical services for homeless, or "at-risk" shelter dogs and cats; including community outreach programs, spay/ neuter, veterinary medical treatments, procedures and surgeries to facilitate the adoption these animals and to provide the financial resources necessary to support the rescuing of these animals.
Community Animal Network provides veterinary medical services to rescued animals that need to find new homes and was founded in Newport Beach, California, in 1996.
C.A.N. is a community supported with donations that service the needs of shelter animals and abandoned animals that need to find new homes. Our signature community outreach program is our "Pets For Seniors" program that gives mature cats to senior people and provides the veterinary medical for the animals life-time.
Rescue animals are cared for in private homes by the "Good Samaritans" that rescued the abandoned animal, or in foster homes (when available) all lover Orange county.
Community Animal Network shows rescue animals for adoption in the caregiver's homes.
We'll work with your schedule.
P.O. Box 8662Newport Beach, CA92658
June 10, 2020
Animal Care / Handling
Driver's License Needed
Must be at least 16
A volunteer commit of at least one day a week for agreed hours and a minimum of 16 weeks. Afternoon or evening help needed
There are felines on the premises, so please no one with allergies, please. Proper COVID-19 precautions is to be wearing a mask while helping.